AJ Styles is still with WWE. He might have some guilt about Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson’s release. WWE is now considered an essential business in Florida and Styles is grateful that he can still perform for fans. This is still a strange time for everyone.
While hanging out on his Mixer, AJ Styles was able to unload a little bit. He discussed WWE as an essential business and he tried his best to defend it. He knows that people are complaining and burying the company, but he’s happy to be able to do what he loves for the WWE Universe.
The future is uncertain, and AJ Styles realizes that. He’s doing what everyone should do which is carry on in the best way possible and be very cautious and safe. In order for WWE to carry on they needed to make those cuts.
“With the talk of WWE being essential television – I don’t know whether it is or it isn’t but I know that I’m glad to be able to entertain. I’m glad I’m still able to do my job, I still want to be able to do that. I don’t understand people who complain about it and then go and bury the company for releasing people. You can’t have both.”
“We’ve got to be able to work and if you don’t work, your business can’t make money so you got to be able to do that. I want to be able to work and I know that there’s risks involved and I gotta do whatever I can to make sure I hopefully don’t contract the coronavirus. I don’t know. It’s hard to say but there’s so many things going on and so many different things out there on what the coronavirus is. You don’t know what to believe any more, you don’t know who to trust. It’s just so bizarre right now.”
Hopefully, WWE won’t have to release anyone else. It would be ideal if everything levels off with the COVID-19 pandemic soon and they can all get their jobs back. In the meantime, AJ Styles and the remaining Superstars will do their best to entertain the WWE Universe.
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